Devil's Alley

(215) 751-0707 | View Website

1907 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA | Directions   19103

39.952048 -75.172253

Open Hours

Mon. - Fri. 11am - 11pm;Sat. - Sun. 10am - 11pm

 
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Cuisine: New American, Traditional American, Hamburgers

Price: $$

Tags: Business Dining, Cheap Eats, Dine At The Bar, Local Favorite, Lunch Spot

Payment Methods: American Express, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Neighborhoods: Center City West, Center City

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Devil's Alley
Menu
Grilled Chicken Wings, Fried Green Tomatoes, Pork Sliders, Bbq Brisket Sliders, Nachos, Grilled Pizza, Quesadillas (grilled Veggie), Quesadillas (smoked Chicken), Quesadillas (jumbo Lump Crab & Avocado), Chili Of The Day... more

Reviews for Devil's Alley

Devil's Alley
Recommends

Consistently, reliably good food, friendly service, and ample opportunity to drink broadly and well.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Yummmmmmmmmmmmm – I've been going to Devil's Alley for a few months now, and it never fails to jump start my weekend with it's sweet Friday Happy Hour. You can't beat $2 Lagers and the spicy wing special. The staff is always super friendly (not really sure what the other reviewer is talking about...) and willing to accommodate for our larger group. The space is comfy and cozy with a fun bar area and fireplace in the back- perfect for cold Philly nights. If you haven't already, definitely give this place a try!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Raspberry Mojito is to die for! – Love the friendly staff, the open atmosphere, the great classic food with a little twist. The spicy fries are amazing, the veggie burger is wonderful along with the grilled sweet potatoes! Every time we come here it's just plain great food. Did I mention the fresh raspberry mojitos??? You must try one!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

sunday brunch, maybe best in the city – We have been eating Sunday Brunch here off and on for a couple of years and have always been quite impressed. My wife's family was in the city this past Sunday and we took them here around noon and the place was packed, luckily the hostess, who was incredibly nice, told us to hang on just a sec and she ran upstairs and put a table of 7 together for us in the balcony area overlooking Chestnut Street. Everything was great as usual and the food came up fast and hot, my father-in-law claimed that the "Devil Burger" he had might have been one of the best cooked burgers he ever ate in a restaurant, and that is saying a lot coming from him! I am not one to come on to websites and write reviews, but after my wife pointed out to me that someone wrote a review on this site, and mentioned our family significantly I felt compelled to have my say. Our server/bartender was more than accommodating to everyone in our party, and was constantly smiling and laughing, pretty much being on top of everything from what I could tell. I thought she was wonderful. Not to mention the fact that there were other employees paying attention to us as well. Also, the manager (I believe) served us half our food and refilled our coffees, talking to us about the upcoming Giants/Bengals game and bringing up a dish of goldfish crackers for my sister-in-law's infant. As for the person that complained about their experience and us specifically, I'm not quite sure what they where smoking, but some people can just not be pleased. It's a shame, because we'll be back again, and again, and again. Devil's Alley really has figured out how to do brunch right in this city, and that is an affordable relief!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

piiz! – Bislang gab es vor allem fur die Krankenkassen massive Incentives, damit Versicherte von den Arzten in Disease-Management-Programme eingeschrieben werden. Nur fur Patienten mit Diabetes mellitus Typ 1 und 2, Koronare Herzkrankheiten, Asthma bronchiale, COPD und Brustkrebs erhielten die Krankenkassen dann erhebliche Zuschlage aus dem Risikostrukturausgleich, wenn diese chronisch Kranken an einem DMP teilnehmen. Damit war der erste Schritt zu einer Morbiditatsorientierung geschaffen.

Die Finanzierungssystematik andert sich nun ab 2009 mit dem Gesundheitsfonds, dessen wesentliche Aufgabe es ist, den gesamten morbiditatsorientierten Risikostruktruausgleich abzuwickeln. Fur insgesamt 80 Krankheiten erhalten die Kassen Zuschlage in Hohe von standardisierten Sollkosten, und zwar unabhangig davon, ob die Patienten in einem DMP eingeschrieben sind.

Um allerdings die DMP weiterhin zu fordern, ist eine Programmpauschale fur die eingeschriebenen Versicherten vorgesehen, die 180 Euro im Jahr betragt.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Used to be my go to for brunch but no longer! – Went here a few weeks ago had my usual, the chorizo & jal eggs, was satisfied as per usual. This time not only were the eggs sent back because they were overdone & only had 4 small pieces of chorizo (WTF???!!!) they were greasy & oily as well when they came back and still were brown/overdone in spots. That's unacceptable for scrambled eggs. Moreover when the bartender-- I sat at the bar this time-- came to get my order after avoiding my eyes for over 15 minutes when it was clear I was ready to order, she asked "Know what you want? "What do you want?" something to that effect. Really B??? No smile, no hello. No apology for keeping me waiting for so long. Gee, hipster fool. Sorry that your job is so taxing & that the place was busy but I'm a semi regular, coming back even though I had a bad experience once, you spent 5 minutes blowing sunshine up the patoots of the party of 7 who seemed to be pretty demanding; you could not even give me a friendly greeting? That's why you got no tip. I was an afterthought to your lame blonde butt & you should have known better. I'm in the legal profession & usually tip upwards of 20%. You treating me like a 2nd class citizen cost you about $4 today. And your manager who took the eggs away & brought me the second dish should also learn to be less rude. If the customer is always right then why are you looking at me as if I have two heads and am an incredibly greedy/annoying/selfish person for not liking the eggs and asking for a new plate. You could have at least looked at the plate when I mentioned there were only like 4 pieces of chorizo and that the eggs were overcooked. Instead you kept looking at me like "How dare she complain. Who do these black people think they are? Typical complainers." Sorry but I had my birthday party at Devil's 2 years ago. Probably not this coming year, you folks are too rude. Your loss, my friends also tip well and this is a milestone birthday, I would have had y'all cater. Again your loss.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great Specials, Fast Seating – I went with a party of four for dinner at 7:00 PM with no reservations, and no problem getting a seat (happy hour had just ended and moved over to Drinker's Pub). Our waitress was very attentive, and brought plenty of napkins prior to us asking. We had the Sam's BBQ wings for appetizer and they were great. The potato salad on the side was somewhat dry. For dinner, I had the roast turkey platter which was just as good as Thanksgiving dinner. Their stuffin' muffins are great for people who like crispy stuffing. The mashed sweet potatoes side came with toasted marshmallows on top which was a good treat. My boyfriend had the Alaskan cod, which was a huge portion. It was the special for the night, and came with the most delicious hush puppies I've had. They were definitely homemade, and a bit spicy. Our two friends also enjoyed their dinners.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

wine and wings – I love this place. I have been there so many times and the service has always been fantastic, prompt seating, prompt greeting. The last time I was in was a Friday night and the restaurant was packed, our server still took the time to tell us about the dinner specials specials and answer our wine questions. They are currently featuring organic and biodynamic wines which is unexpected at a place called "The Devil's Alley." Here is my recommendation, ask your server to recommend a wine that pairs well with spicy food, order a plate of the spicy dry rub wings and then try to hate this place. I think you will find it impossible.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great Brunch, Cool Bathrooms – I ate here for brunch on a Sunday. It was really good. Simple but creative dishes at a very reasonable price. The drinks looked great too, but unfortunately I wasn't in the mood for alcohol. Next time I would love to try their bar at night, it seemed like a very cool place to go get drinks. The bathrooms were also very interesting.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Enormous portions....even BIGGER flavor!!! – I work right around the corner from this place and had walked by it several times without giving it much notice. One afternoon while walking by their sign that boasts they had 'devilishly good wings' caught my eye so I decided to give it a try. Much to my delight, the food was heavily seasoned and far beyond what I expected. In fact it was so good that I went back for two days in a row afterward to give their other menu items a try. I ordered my meals as takeout so I didn't experience any poor in-house service. The servers who took and brought my order to me were extremely friendly. The interior of the restaurant is nicely decorated and has lots of character. I have no complaints from my experience eating here. From here on out I will be a faithful customer.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Soggy eggs, rude owner (Same old blonde lady??- true very nasty), – WOW - I could NOT believe this woman, the bad reviews are TRUE, believe them. So many great places in Philly, don't waste your time or money! If this is someones choice for best brunch in philly, they need to get out more and increase their STANDARDS!!!

Gross eggs, crappy kids food - go ahead and TASTE it!

Insane owner.

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